Originally Posted by vinman46
For its part EA wants the logo barred, anything with the logo on it destroyed, and would also like some damages. Oh, and “all profits generated by Energy Armor using the logo”. Which, you know, if it’s the company’s logo, is all their profits.
That quote sounds like it from the author, just trolling.
Originally Posted by jackeyjoe
I find it ironic that that site is called 'everyone gaming news' but it lacks a PC section
Anyways, back on topic, this is nothing new... I would've thought being in completely different markets may have stopped something like this occurring though
Market protection happens with names but not with logos.
Electronic Arts Sports Training would be fine, but the logo likeness is not. Example, it's ok for someone to have the same name as you, but they can't use your driver's license or photo as their own, because that's what separates your identity from the other person. Logos separate company identities even though the names are similar.Edited by WorldExclusive - 10/5/11 at 4:03am